The FRA have published the report which is the first to use metrics that provide comprehensive data on the passenger rail performance.
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The FS Group have presented a 10-year business plan which offers a long-term vision and investment of over €190 billion, to ensure that infrastructure works are completed on schedule.
The Berner Oberland-Bahnen believe the new units will further encourage the shift from road to rail when they debut in 2025.
ÖBB have announced that alongside double track expansion of the Pottendorfer line, the Wampersdorf train station will also be rebuilt.
Research by Aston University has suggested three ways that commuting can be made quicker and safer for passengers.
Northern have introduced a new app that will help staff to check the status of self-service ticket machines on the network.
More than 15,000 freight locomotives in Britain will be fitted with technology that monitors the condition of wheelsets as part of the safety scheme.
The FRA have established a Corridor Identification and Development programme to direct federal investments into passenger rail services across the nation.
HS2 have announced that the Canterbury Road Vent Shaft site has become their first completely diesel-free construction site.
ORR have officially given London’s Elizabeth line the green light ahead of it’s opening on 24 May 2022.
Thanks to a Government investment, recycled plastics will be turned into railway sleepers as part of the Recycling Modernisation Fund.
PKP Energetyka’s energy storage system will allow them to produce, store and use green hydrogen for railroad purposes.
HSRG’s report sets out a four-point plan on attracting more passengers to rail from short haul flights in the UK.
Great Northern have opened a cycle parking hub at Biggleswade station in Bedfordshire to help promote greener travel across the community.
Chiltern Railways have launched a new compensation scheme on their website which will make it easier for customers to claim refunds on delayed journeys.